Category Archives: Energy

Denmark’s electricity market

Denmark is committed to be totally independent of fossil fuels, from an electricity generation perspective by 2050. This was one of the core themes addressed by Lykke Mulvad Jeppesen, Head of the...

I-SEM- An Electric Ireland Perspective

Clare McAllister, Northern Ireland Sales and Marketing Manager at Electric Ireland tells agendaNi that as the largest energy supplier on the island of Ireland, Electric Ireland is poised and ready for the...

Powering ahead in energy law

A&L Goodbody’s legal team discuss the latest developments in the energy market and how they ensure their team stays ahead of the game in a rapidly developing sector.   How would you...

Regulating a changing market

  Jenny Pyper, Chief Executive of the Utility Regulator spoke to the Northern Ireland Energy Forum about her priorities and the challenges of regulating a changing energy market.   Speaking at the...

Climate ambition

At this year’s Energy Ireland conference the International Energy Agency’s incoming Executive Director Fatih Birol gave a keynote address detailing how the energy sector will have a key role to play in...

Europe’s electricity market challenges

Hans ten Berge, Secretary General of Eurelectric spoke to Adam Morton about the challenges facing the electricity market in Europe and the need to stop renewable energy subsidies.   Outlining the situation...

40 years of energy research at Ulster

Professor Neil J Hewitt reveals how Ulster University has integrated international research into educating the next generations of energy engineers.   Energy Research celebrates 40 years of excellence at Ulster University. Earliest...